ddyfrhau, dyfrhau, dyfrio, ddyfrio, nyfrio, nyfrhaudyfrhasech, dyfrha’, dyfrhaech, dyfrhaed, dyfrhaem, dyfrhaen, dyfrhaent, dyfrhaer, dyfrhaet, dyfrhaf, dyfrhâi, dyfrheais, dyfrhaith, dyfrhân, dyfrhânt, dyfrhao, dyfrhaoch, dyfrhaodd, dyfrhaom, dyfrhaont, dyfrhasai, dyfrhasant, dyfrha, dyfrhasem, dyfrhasent, dyfrhasid, dyfrhasit, dyfrhasoch, dyfrhasom, dyfrhaswn, dyfrhawn, dyfrhawyd, dyfrhawyf, dyfrhaiff, dyfrheaist, dyfrhei, dyfrheid, dyfrheies, dyfrheiest, dyfrheir, dyfrheuoch, dyfrheuon, dyfrhewch, dyfrheych, ddyfrhasech, ddyfrha’, ddyfrhaech, ddyfrhaed, ddyfrhaem, ddyfrhaen, ddyfrhaent, ddyfrhaer, ddyfrhaet, ddyfrhaf, ddyfrhâi, ddyfrheais, ddyfrhaith, ddyfrhân, ddyfrhânt, ddyfrhao, ddyfrhaoch, ddyfrhaodd, ddyfrhaom, ddyfrhaont, ddyfrhasai, ddyfrhasant, ddyfrha, ddyfrhasem, ddyfrhasent, ddyfrhasid, ddyfrhasit, ddyfrhasoch, ddyfrhasom, ddyfrhaswn, ddyfrhawn, ddyfrhawyd, ddyfrhawyf, ddyfrhaiff, ddyfrheaist, ddyfrhei, ddyfrheid, ddyfrheies, ddyfrheiest, ddyfrheir, ddyfrheuoch, ddyfrheuon, ddyfrhewch, ddyfrheych
Verb(1) supply with water, as with channels or ditches or streams(2) supply with a constant flow or sprinkling of some liquid, for the purpose of cooling, cleansing, or disinfecting
(1) Irrigation before planting may work better than trying to irrigate the cover crop up.(2) The water helps irrigate 14,000 hectares or 35,000 acres of cotton.(3) Fishing is unauthorized activity here, so is diverting water to irrigate fields.(4) While rainfall registers about 50 inches per year, growers often have to irrigate their crops during extended drought periods.(5) The waters in these three rivers irrigate the plains of Punjab, which produce most of the wheat and paddy that Indians eat and, if any left, export.(6) For millennia farmers have had to stretch water resources to irrigate their crops.(7) The flow is diverted down the rows to irrigate their crops.(8) Rebecca uses a sprinkler system to irrigate her crops.(9) Environmentalists wanted to conserve the water in its natural course; irrigators wanted to keep it from going to waste.(10) Villagers present impressed upon the officers the need for quick repairs as the canal irrigated around 4900 hectares of land.(11) The house is filled with energy-saving devices, while the lawn and orchard are irrigated with recycled water.(12) I guess I'm not heartened by irrigators suggesting - quite appropriately - that they will now change their practices so that they'll reduce their impact.(13) Last year, 125,000 megalitres of water, about 60,000 Olympic swimming pools, was kept back from irrigators to keep the river healthy.(14) Red soil suits this variety and the water used for irrigation should have less salt content, he says.(15) Besides, France has better irrigation and soil than the West Bank and Gaza strip.(16) In these areas, 37 tanks used for irrigating farmlands are at just 13 percent of capacity.
(1) irrigate :: ddyfrhau
1. water ::
2. flush ::
Different Formsirrigate, irrigated, irrigates, irrigating
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